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Mountain-Plain Wind System The term 'Mountain-Plain Wind System' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' A closed, large-scale, thermally driven circulation between the mountains and the surrounding plain. The mountain-to-plain flow making up the lower branch of the closed circulation usually occurs during nighttime, while the plain-to-mountain flow occurs during daytime'.
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